BSA provides a set of Tiger den meeting plans for Cub Scout den leaders. This is a review of the 14th den meeting plan in the series. This den meeting is a Go See It which covers two of the Tiger Cub Scout electives:
- Tiger Elective 43 – Pet Care
- Tiger Elective 31 – Learn about Animals
You can download the complete meeting plan from the BSA website: Printable copy of BSA Tiger Den Meeting Plan 14
BSA Tiger Den Meeting Plan 14 – Go See It: Pet Care and Learn About Animals
Preparation and Before the Meeting
For this meeting, you need to arrange to visit a veterinarian, pet groomer, or some other person who works with animals.
If you are away from your regular location, you might not have a flag. Start with the Cub Scout Promise.
Keep business to a minimum. The Tigers will want to move on to the “fun”!
The activities are learning about what goes on at the location you are visiting. These are the electives you are working on:
Elective 43 – “Take a field trip to a veterinarian’s or animal groomer’s office.”
Elective 31 – “Learn about an animal.”
Request some time for questions and answers at the end. Tiger Cub Scouts are very inquisitive.
Just do a simple closing – like the Law of the Pack.
After the Meeting
Make sure the Tiger Cub Scouts thank the people at the location you visited. And start organizing for the next den meeting.